Justice Williams MBE is the Editor in Chief of social enterprise City&Style Magazine, a chic and stylish lifestyle publication for aspirational young women primarily aged 21-35 and founder of Kandid Talent CIC, a creative agency for nurturing talented young individuals and assisting them to achieving their potential through entrepreneurial activity, events, training and activities related to the creative industries.
In 2009 she became the youngest woman of Afro-Caribbean heritage to be honoured with an MBE by the Queen and was awarded Cosmopolitan Magazine's Most Inspiring Woman of the Year Award. She also received a 'Women to Watch' award from Red Magazine in 2010. Justice currently sits on the board of The Rosemarie Centre, a day care facility based in Lozells.
Justice lends her expertise on judging panels such as The Brit Writers Award, Young Enterprise and Urban Music Crown and has undertaken a range of speaking engagements from Primary Schools to the House of Commons and has been invited to Downing Street three times by Sarah Brown, David Cameron and Samantha Cameron. Justice has worked alongside industry leaders such as MTV, Deloitte and as an appointed global ambassador and mentor to young women for Levi Strauss.
Justice enjoys working with young people and has delivered workshops in social enterprise, business start up and is available for Q&A sessions, speaking engagements, judging competitions, enterprise related challenges and tasks.
"I love that Justice has proved that you can have a second chance. She is an inspiration to the black community and young people."– Alesha Dixon, Celebrity TV Presenter and Judge
"Thoroughly recommend Justice – she was very engaging and very honest. The students were very impressed by her speaking style – pitched at exactly the right level for the audience."– Wilma Robinson, Head of Sixth Form, Nottingham High School
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